Also known as Bai Mu Dan, this white peony tea is grown at 2,000 ft in Wuyi, China. The leaves are hand-picked, taking two leaves and a bud from the end of the tea plant's branch. This standard of plucking tea leaves is passed down from the Ming Dynasty.
After plucking, the leaves are slowly dried indoors and the steeped tea has a mild sweetness. We've tasted many white teas, and this white peony tea is fresher and sweeter compared to most.
Tasting Notes: Delicate, Sweet, Fresh
Ingredients:Chinese white tea
Water Temperature: 180-190° F
Steep time: 1-3 minutes
Suggested serving size: 1 tbsp/8oz of water
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